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of it. >> no, not a word. i haven't seen a paper for days. >> a farmer called mccarthy, australian by birth, met his death by a meer at the bottom of his farm. they seem to have established a very serious case against the son of the murdered man. >> there's a big one just under that rock. so, then, it's, um, a murder. >> well, it's conjectured to be so. of course, i shall take nothing for granted until i've had a chance to look into it personally. >> naturally. >> i don't wish to spoil your holiday, but i was wondering if i could persuade you to join me for a couple of days. >> well, of course. >> are you sure? >> i should be delighted. >> then we must move quickly. our local train leaves in 35 minutes. >> your hot water, sir. >> watson, all this fresh air will kill me. >> mm. well, the london press don't seem much interested, not--not very full accounts. >> yes, useless. [sighs] so much for the london press. >> it all seems depressingly simple. what persuaded you to take an interest in this case? >> this. >> "boscombe valley mystery. there has been a grave miscarriage of justice.
of the electronic devices the first item on the agenda is roll call. >> president mccarthy? >> here. >> clinch? >> here. president mar is excused. >> mccray. >> here. >> melgar. >> walker? >> i am medicated very well. >> congratulations to supervisors on their elections. in january 2013, the state increased the fee for business licenses by one dollar, with most of the funds to come to the city and council to defray the costs and acts of service and to educate small businesses on action steps to achieve accessibility compliance. dbi is meeting with the office of small business to determine the most appropriate use of these very limited funds. and which are the result of passage of senate bill, 1186 by the state legislature last september so that is something that is important to us based on the conversations in the past. >> acting director, director and i have recently met with the office of small business to executive director to discuss ongoing compliance issues around the number of vacant commercial storefronts. >> it does not appear that it could effectively address, vacant storefronts espe
want. another character is joe steph mccarthy, running in 1952 for re-election. his tough man veneer, the sort of macho character he representses nixon in some ways wants to mimic and imbibe as him own. his greatest campaign that joseph mccarthy makes one of the most vicious and i think in some ways -- it's a vicious election, but mccarthy actually -- it's during 1952 election where he said if somebody would only smuggle me board the democratic campaign special with a baseball bat in my hand, i'd teach patriotism to little adlai. or sometimes he calls him algier, like algier hiss, a communist spy. and there's norm yap vincent peal, who helped advice nixon on his mid-:-to. one of the behind the scenes guys giving advice to richard nixon to engage not we call telepopulism, and charlie chap children chaplain pass -- was bolted out of the country, and there's also obviously another central character, the foil to richard nixon and to dwight eisenhower, and that's adlai stevenson himself. he backs throughout the course of the story a fey egghead, an intellectual entering politics. he had a
with mccarthy this afternoon and some concerned residents as well. we are only two days into the new year and already there have been multiple shootings, four of which actually turned out to be fatal i did speak with chicago police superintendent gary mccarthy this afternoon and he says he is not alarmed by the numbers over the last couple of days he says the long-term trend that he is more concerned about when it comes to the homicide rate. with 506 homicides in 2012 chicago ranks no. 2 in the country there mccarthy says that his department is making progress. >> we have the right strategy in place and we have momentum going into 2013. but president of the fraternal order of police sees it differently he doesn't believe there are enough officers on the street to effectively combat the crime. in the first homicide of 2013, 20 rolled octavia was shot and killed after working an overnight shift at a downtown hotel on new year's day his family now grieving are hoping that police can stop the violence. well the lot on guns may be out of mccarthy's control he says taking illegal guns off of
characters joseph mccarthy. he is running in 1952 for re-election. is kind of tough man veneer, the sort of macho character that he projects is also one that i think in some ways richard nixon wants to a certain extent mimic and invite as his own. it's during this campaign that joseph mccarthy makes one of the most vicious and i think in some ways it's a vicious election and i have that part of the story but with mccarthy, during 1952 election, he comes up with this amazing quote recess if somebody would only smuggle me aboard the time it at a campaign special with a baseball bat in my hand, i teach patriotism to little ad life. that is what he called adlai stevenson and i will get to him. you call them add light or sometimes he called them alger with the idea that he is like alger hiss, communist spy at the time. there is also whittaker chambers and the great american theologian who helped to kind of advise nixon about in some ways his political philosophy so a a lot of behind-the-scenes guys are giving advice to richard nixon to go straight to the media to engage in what we would call
to do public comment on that before we vote on it? >> yes. >> there is a motion, by president mccarthy and a second by commissioner melgar to select alliance resources. is there any public comment on this item? >> with no public comment, i will call a roll call vote. >> president mccarthy >> aye. >> commissioner clinch? >> yes. >> lee. >> yes. >> commissioner mccray? >> yes. >> commissioner melgar? >> yes. >> commissioner walker. >> yes. >> motion carries unanimously. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> item number 7, discussion and possible action of the proposed budget of the department of building inspection for fiscal years, 2013/2014, and 2014/2015. >> just as a follow up to the last item, will there be a schedule as to when we are going to schedule meetings and stuff as soon as possible? interview, meetings, etc.? >> deputy director why don't you just weigh in i know that you have the answer. >> deputy director, ted is taking a lead on this project with the human resources department. i will be working with him and the staff on the contract itself and come up with a schedule. we have
. >> commissioner mccarthy? >> yes. >> commissioner mccray? >> yes. >> commissioner walker? >> yes. >> the motion carries and the order of abatement is upheld. * >> item d, general public comment. is there any general public comment on regarding the abatement appeals board? >> seeing none. >> seeing none, item e, adjournment. is there a motion to adjourn? >> motion to adjourn. >> second. >> we are now adjourned at 9:55 a.m. we'll take about a ten-minute recess and reconvene as the building inspection commission.. >> (roll call). we have a quorum and the next item on the agenda is president's announcements. >> thank you, madam secretary. obviously welcome everyone here today, the last meeting before the end of the year. we will wish everybody happy holidays. so what we have is acting director tom huey participated in a media briefing at the site of the hacker pool house with the director of recreation and parks, phil ginsburg. dbi acting director huey signed an emergency order early letter this month when a fire caused sufficient structural damage to make the building an imminent public safety h
goodwin will be on the show tonight. [ laughter ] melissa mccarthy we're very excited. let's begin on the conservative movement. ask any rock-ribbed conservative and they say. >> we the people are allowed to decide how to live our lives trchlz a parter for individual freedom. >> it really is liberty versus tyranny. >> i don't want a bigger government telling us how to live our lives. >> order us around, tram. our freedoms. >> get out of our lives mr. nanny state. >> jon: please, mr. nanny state is my father. call me jon. by the way, mr. nanny state the name of my ill fated 1994 attempt at a family comedy political thriller. [ laughter ] first movie that went direct to your toilet but the principle still stands what separates conservatives from liberals is conservatives thinks government is bad and people are good. unless the people work in government then they are bad. but they can leave government, go to a lobbying firm and become good again. it's a complicated theory. but freedom loves have a plan to carve out a haven of liberty, safe from the tyrants. >> there's a move in idaho
. the haight was a war zone by the time robin mccarthy came in 1969 but he had seen worse. mccarthy had served in vietnam as a counter on a patrol boat on the upper mekong river near cambodia. it was the whole apocalypse now experience he said many years later. i was terrified the whole time. mccarthy lost a number of friends there. when mccarthy returned to the united states he was based at treasure island and sanford cisco bait. he tried baking mental him is to get a medical discharge but it wasn't that far from the truth. one time while way too high on white lightning acid he considered suicide. the reality was setting an nfl good to have a gun he recall. really crazy ones on treasure island for the guys who clenched pouches they had made from the scrotums of deadbeats. the navy patched up their heads and put them back into action. the haight beckoned to mccarthy from the choppy cold waters of the paper going christmas eve he went strolling in the hippie haven in "life" magazine. he wasn't looking for but for mystical camaraderie. it was a harder connection to find in those days. as you wal
around that time that morris really accomplished most of what joe mccarthy is credited with. in terms of useful and constructive anti-communism that is credited with on the right. rusher was at morris' side on the senate internal subcommittee, he was the number two lawyer on that committee. mccarthy was still alive. he knew mccarthy and believed that he had been very unfairly railroaded by the liberal establishment very much along the lines of what stan evans later argued in his 2007 book "blacklisted by history." rusher, in other words, was part of a -- before he came to "national review" he was part of a cadre of very hard and professional anti-communists. and that was what really got him into the conservative movement. that's what caused him to transition from generic republicanism which included a, what i've described as a just win, baby, attitude. and there's something to be said for that. to an attitude of being willing to lose even a presidential election if it was a constructive sort of loss that one could take pride in a la goldwater '64 that might plant, that had planted see
. siemens. answers. >>> kimberly mccarthy is indeed a rare breed. rare because in just a few hours she's going to be a dead woman literally. she'll be the 13th woman to be executed in the united states since 1976. she's been calling death row her home for the last 14 years, after a texas jury found her guilty not just one time, two times. just in case you're curious about what she did the evidence showed that she called her elderly neighbor to borrow a company of shoe dpugar and went door smashed her face with a candlestick, chopped off her finger to steal a diamond ring and stabbed her to death with a butcher knife. mccarthy was tied to two other similar murders. as gruesome as mccarthy's crime was, her execution stills a pretty unusual. it's tough to get your mind around that, but since the death penalty was reinstated decades ago, only these 12 women have actually gone to the death chamber before mccarthy does, barring any kind of clemency. women account for just 1 in 10 murder arrests. all right, 10% of murder arrests are women. however, women account for only 1 in 100 executions.
. and also will be working with president mccarthy. >> i think that it is okay because ultimately, our commission decides who is going to be the director. so it may or may not be somebody that is currently working in city government. here. >> yeah. i know, i mean that i think that it was the guarantee of they will come back and help us, but not if somebody, if we hire somebody who is already working in the city government that seems kind of odd so i would like a explanation about that. i would too. >> thank you for all of your work on this deputy director. >> okay. next item now? >> call item six, already. >> thanks. >> i am sorry, item seven. we are currently on item seven, discussion and possible action on the proposed budget. >> that is to keep you all awake. >> yeah, the air-conditioning is on. >> is there anything that we can do about that? >> you are trying to kill me. >> it is a conspiracy. >> can i go ahead? >> go ahead. >> you can go ahead. >> deputy director of administrative services. today is the first meeting of the 13, is 14, and 15. proposed budget, i have what i hope is
, jill astralia sustof, daniel mccarthy, john wellpachuck, scott bureau and -- >> hi. my name is jennifer ma, i live adjacent to this property since 2003, same time has the houses went on sale and i've been living there since then. what you don't see is pictures of the mess in front of my house that we constantly have to clean. i've lived there since 2003 and have not seen any of the people standing back there and i have neighbors that would be supportive of that. i want to state that clearly right now. so i live in the city most of my life, raised my kids in the house we live in now. we bought the house. we enjoyed the the look and feel of the neighborhood and want to continue to do that. we know the neighbors, my daughter is at preschool, we're vested in living in this area and we're engaged in the area, look out for each other and look forward to spending many more years living there. recently the lease has arranged a meeting to discuss the new house before this meeting. they conducted the shadow study after we requested it. the concern of life was never addressed. so, yes, the shadow
of the leadership of his party who voted in favor of the bill. eric cantor and kevin mccarthy joined the majority of their party in voting no. boehner did find support from one key republican, paul ryan of wisconsin also voted yes. the main sticking point for republicans, a lack of spending cuts. hours before last night's votes, republicans considered trying to amend the bill from the senate and add additional spending cuts in. the senate made it clear they had no intention of revisiting this idea. so if changes were made that would essentially kill it. before the vote, republicans took to the floor and voiced their concerns. >> there are no spending cuts. we're adding $4 billion a day to the debt. the senate failed in cutting spending. >> i thought we were in a deficit crisis. i thought families were put at risk by this massive debt. what does this do about that? >> it was way past those senators bedtimes, they were blurry eyed when they were reading it we are trying to fill in the gap for where they missed a few things. >> i think it's unreasonable for senator reid to say something they produce
and survived. joining me now, two people who were in the room with the president today, congresswoman mccarthy of new york, her husband was killed and her son injured in the massacre on long island railroad. and steven barton who was shot in the aurora massacre in july. he is also from connecticut and actually used to live about ten minutes from sandy hook elementary school. thank you both for joining me tonight. congresswoman mccarthy, i have to ask you since your career in politics began with this cause, what was it like for you to be at the only, the only presidential announcement in history of gun control initiatives being initiated and pushed by the president of the united states. >> well, i have to tell you there were times where i was about ready to break down and cry. to be in the audience with so many of the victims and to see so many of the different groups that i have worked with for years, and some new ones and to hear the president take a very, very strong stance. i'm very proud of president obama and certainly vice president joe biden who has done so much work on bringing everybo
mccarthy, and members of our planning, engineering, and maintenance crews have all had a part in this as well as our real estate and finance division, as mentioned the bond was a city-wide effort. the permitting process was a federal, state and local effort. and, of course, we had just a fabulous cadre of consultants, [speaker not understood], vortex, [speaker not understood], and m.h. construction. and then of course our friends at dpw. so, please give yourselves all a great round of applause. (applause) >> and thanks, and keep pushing along with us. it make take us decades, but it's long worth the wait. and to celebrate that we are going to cut the ribbon and the three performers, there they are, are going to perform for us. so, i hope you will stick around for that. only in san francisco treat and a little vision accompaniment from our favor fire boat. so, thank you all very much. please, please, enjoy this day. thank you. (applause) >> all right, 3 2,, 1, go. [cheering and applauding] ... francisco entertainment commission occurring december 4, 2012 will begin shortly. >>
police work. chicago police superintendent garry mc-carthy started the new year by helping his own officers make an arrest. mc-carthy was riding along with two officers, when they made a gun bust. montrez armstead is being held on bond for felony aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. police say armstead had a loaded gun with him when he was pulled over by mc-carthy and two officers early yesterday morning. the police department says mc- carthy goes on patrols frequently, and this was not his first arrest. a momence man has been charged in the sexual assault of a woman near a rogers park red line stop. 18-year-old, james shorty of kankakee county, was charged in connection with the attack that happened at about 5-45 a-m on december 19th. shorty was identified using d-n- a evidence that was checked against the d-n-a index run by the f-b- i. the 50-year-old victim told police she was grabbed by the throat by a man wearing a mask near the entrance of the morse c-t-a station. she was then dragged to a nearby construction area where she was sexually assaulted. shorty was also wanted o
the years before. gary mccarthy helped make an arrest in the austin neighborhood. all around 130 this morning he helped officers pull over a vehicle in the area. the police department says that mccarthy goes on patrols pretty frequently and so does every member of the command staff. it wasn't mccarthy's first arrest. calls for legalizing same-sex marriage are picking up with our live outside holy name cathedral. francis cardinal george is making a very hot topic in catholic churches as well he wants parishioners to track down the local law makers to make sure that cybill unions do not come to illinois. the church is weighing in with no time to waste. pastor's published in this letter in the sunday bulletin cardinal george encourage people to stop the civil union movement the cardinal once catholic followers and people like state senator heather's dane who is behind the bill. it makes sure that all people are treated the same under our law, civil rights advocate anthony martinez is 100 percent behind the fair marriage act a brave step for marriage. to be able to afford that relat
moderate than just about anyone else in that leadership, more moderate than cantor, more moderate than mccarthy, more moderate than paul ryan. any one of them right now is sort of almost a slave to this group of hard right people, and when you talk to those -- that group, not only are they totally out of the mainstream, they don't listen. >> and, lee, isn't that the problem? >> that's exactly the problem. i would agree with what the senator said there. i mean, you know, i don't know that boehner necessarily tamped down a rebellion because you have this increasing rift between the party. you have the old guard, the sort of country club republicans versus the young guns, and that is, if anything, only going to intensify. no matter how much more diverse the congress is right now. >> we're going to talk about those junk guns in a second. i want remind people that at the top of the screen there you see the house being gavelled into order at the senate. you see the senate and joe biden, president of the senate, presiding over the proceedings there. we're going to keep watching that throughout the hou
of virginia and kevin mccarthy of california who voted against. paul ryan joined speaker boehner, voting for the bill. after the vote, president obama tried to set the terms for the fiscal fights ahead in a rare late-night appearance with joe biden by his side in the briefing room. >> the one thing that i think hopefully in the new year we'll focus on is seeing if we can put a package like this together, with a little bit less drama, a little less brinksmanship, not scare the heck out of folks quite as much. >> but republicans are already looking ahead to another budget showdown in late february. that's when the temporary delay on domestic and military spending cuts expires and when congress must raise the $16.4 trillion debt ceiling limit to avoid default. >> save your powder for the debt ceiling fight. we have leverage at the debt ceiling to make this president face up to the fact that we're spending our way into oblivion. >> last night, the president warned republicans not to use the debt ceiling as a bargaining chip. >> while i will negotiate over many things, i will not have another
assault weapons. you will also hear from congresswoman carolyn mccarthy from new york who knows firsthand the devastation of gun violence as well as congressman ed perlmutter of colorado, who represents aurora and congressman -- congresswoman elizabeth sp who represents newton. you'll hear from mayor michael nutter from philadelphia who leads the united states conference of mayors. you hear from commissioner charles ramsey of the philadelphia police department, the current president of the major cities, police chiefs in association who will speak about the display of weapons you see to my left. finally, we will hear from the dems a reset not shootings. i'd also like to recognize other supporters here today. on the risers behind the we have police officers from several department and i so thank you for joining us today. hot mark i would also like to recognize the million moms for gun control who are represented by mrs. sandburg today, doctors for america, the american academy of pediatrics and the american federation of teachers. now i'd like to introduce reverend jerry hall, dean of the n
, and kevin mccarthy -- this class of 2010 of the 87 freshmen, but these guys came in novel holden by any means to leadership and made it very clear from the outset that they were not going to just fall into line. it will prove to be the case when the democrats regain power. the enforcement tools are indeed of yesteryear. especially since earmarks have now been banned and with the blogosphere, you can turn someone into an instant martyr by stripping them of their committee assignments. it is very hard. so there is a point in my book that i refer to after the debt ceiling fiasco of the summer of 2011 when i came back in yet another continuing resolution used to fund the government and the obama administration had not passed a budget and it was coming out. the republicans in the leadership believed that the own members voted against it. and the appropriations committee, which defined these resolutions and all others was insisting on a meeting with the leadership. we are cutting spending to record lows, and yes, these guys still are voting for us. we need to tell them to fall in line and spe
of what joe mccarthy is credited with in terms of useful and constructive anti-communist and that is credited on the right. rusher was at his side on the internal committee and was the number two lawyer on that committee. mccarthy was still alive and believed that he had been very unfairly railroaded by the liberal establishment very much along the lines of what stan evans leader argued in the 2007 book by history. rusher was part of a before we come to the "national review," he was part of a cadre of a very hard and professional anti-communist and that is what got him into the conservative movement. that's what caused him to transition from generic republican as some which included what i describe as a just win the beatitude and there is something to be sad to that being willing to lose even a presidential election if it was a constructive sort of lost that one could take pride in goldwater 64 that the tab planted the seeds for the future. he didn't initially think that we in 1948, 52, it was just when, baby. so there are similarities there and similarities in
joe mccarthy is credited with in terms of useful and constructive anti communism. that is credited on the right. rusher was at morris's side on the subcommittee, the number 2 lawyer on the committee. mccarty was still alive. the new mccarthy and believed he had been unfairly railroaded by the liberal establishment. very much along the lines of what stan evans later argued in his 2007 book blacklisted by history. rusher in other words before he came to "national review" was part of a cadre of very hard and professional anti communists and that was what really got him into the conservative movement. that caused him to transition from generic republicanism which included what i describe as just win maybe attitudes and there's something to be set for that. to an attitude of being willing to lose even a presidential election if it was a constructive sort of loss that one could take pride in like goldwater 64, planted seeds for the future. "national review" did not initially think that way. in 1952 it was just win so he is all for do we --dewey similarities to the 2012 campaign on our si
the legendary miss carroll. patty sanger. jenny mccarthy. donald trump. jackie collins and her sister, joan collins. i love the legends here. alicia keys is coming. she's going to perform. and also to sit on the couch and chat. and of course, you know, lots of juicy hot topics. more ask wendy. i just finished my ask wendy book, which is my sixth book. it will be out in may. it's straight talk. the way we do ask wendy here in the audience, when i help you try to solve your problems is what i'm doing in the book. >> you're the busiest woman in show business. you have a great lineup coming up throughout february. we thank you for spending time with us this morning and look forward to seeing you in a few minutes on the show again. >> thank you very much. have a good day. bye-bye. >> bye-bye. >> the open invitation to come back to d.c. stands. >> the wendy williams show. live like a star. that's going to be fun. >> i didn't realize we were off. hopefully she heard that. >> i'm sure she did. >>> i can not enter it? >> i'm sure you can't, because we carry her show. i'm sure that's not allowed. >>
's no trail after that. >> chicago police superintendent gary mccarthy thinks a proposed law requiring people to report when a gun is lost, stolen, or sold will help stop straw purchases, because as it stands now, it's easy for people to get away with it. if i were to buy this gun and then go out and sell it to somebody out on the street and that gun was later used in a crime, they would trace that gun back to me, but all i would have to do is lie and say that somebody stole it. and under current illinois state law, i would likely be off the hook. richard pearson is the executive director of the illinois rifle association. he's against the proposed law and thinks superintendent mccarthy is trying to erode the rights of gun owners. >> we feel the people in the city of chicago are really just trying to get at our rights, trying to chip away at them. >> they're not asking a lot for a gun owner to report that his or her gun was stolen. >> if they don't report it, they're punished. if they don't know it was stolen, they have to defend themselves in court. >> you think the superintendent of the chi
know that karen mccarthy is going to introduce symbolic -- largely symbolic legislation on the house side. the senate side we're expecting dianne feinstein to introduce her legislation around the time of the inaugural. is something meaningful going to happen on guns this year? >> i hope so. the president has appointed joe biden to be head of this commission, and he believes something reasonable. you know, you can put reasonable limits on who gets guns without interfering with the legitimate second amendment rights that are enshrined in the constitution. we on the liberal side of things have to accept that. you can put reasonable limits on any amendment. first amendment, you can't scream fire falsely in a theater. those are limits on the first amendment. limits on the second amendment that prohibit criminals, the mentally infirmed, spousal abusers from getting guns and tightening up those laws as congresswoman mccarthy's legislation does, and i carry that in the senate, make reasonable sense, and i hope we can come together in the middle. not extreme legislation that will scare those
what happened? why is the gop, the party of guns over people? our guests are congresswoman carolyn mccarthy, a democrat of new york, and cynthia tucker, a pulitzer prize winning columnist. thank you both for joining us. you have been in this fight for so long, congresswoman mccarthy. i have to ask you, is there something out there in the water that's changed or are we confronting the old power of the nra? >> well, certainly we are confronting them. we'll always be able to confront them, but this time is different, and i think that the american people are realizing on how radical they actually are. you know, when you see the polls in most people in america support on what we're trying to do, even nra members, so that this time is different. i think it's a combination of the gun violence that we have seen over the last couple years, but what happened in connecticut, that went over the top. we had a hearing yesterday afternoon, and i have to tell you, victims that i have been working with for years from virginia tech, from aurora, i mean everybody was crying as the superintendent of schools wa
mccarthy work reelected as majority leader and minority whip. cathy mcmorris rodgers takes over as conference chairman and craddick walton becomes -- greg walden becomes chairman of the nrc see. joe crowley is the new caucus vice chair. after the formal swearing-in of the group, speaker boehner met with members and their families for a mock swearing-in selected have their picture taken. -- so they could have their picture taken. >> how are you? thank you all. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> thank you. thank you all. >> thank you, sir. i am proud of you. >> stand right there. there we go. >> thank you, mr. speaker. >> raise your right hand. >> you are in the middle. you can hold that. >> thank you very much. >> thank you, mr. speaker, it is and honor. >> look straight ahead. congratulations. >> we will hold it. look straight ahead. >> congratulations. >> good job. >> how are you? there you go, just like that. >> perfect. right hand up, and there you go, perfect. >> congratulations. here we go. come on, get in there. gee whiz. right hand up. there we go. nice to see you. hi.
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